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Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy (1990)
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    International Relations (2 Reviews)
    Deadly Dilemmas, by James H. Lebovic
    1. Deadly Dilemmas by James H. Lebovic
    2. Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy by Charles L. Glaser
    American Political Science Review, December 1991, p. 1496
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    War Studies (6 Reviews)
    Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy, by Charles L. Glaser
    1. Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy by Charles L. Glaser
    2. Ballistic Missiles in the Third World by W. Seth Carus
    3. Conventional Force Reductions by Joshua M. Epstein
    4. Dirty Little Secrets by James F. Dunnigan and Albert Nofi
    5. The First Air War, 1914-1918 by Lee Kennett
    6. This People's Navy' by Kenneth J. Hagan
    Orbis, Spring 1991, pp. 295-297
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. Perestroika and Soviet National Security by Michael MccGwire
    2. Deterrence and the Revolution in Soviet Military Doctrine by Raymond L. Garthoff
    3. The Politics of National Security by Barry M. Blechman and W. Philip Ellis
    4. The Defense Revolution by Kenneth L. Adelman and Norman R. Augustine
    5. After the Wall by Elizabeth Pond
    6. Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy by Charles L. Glaser
    7. Cautious Revolution by Clifford Hackett
    8. War by Other Means by Jeffrey Herf
    9. National Security Decisions by Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr. and Jacquelyn K. Davis, ...
    10. Nuclear Ambitions by Leonard S. Spector and Jacqueline R. Smith
    11. New Thinking and Old Realities by Michael T. Clark and Simon Serfaty
    12. Mutual Security by Richard Smoke and Andrei Kortunov
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 176-178